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ER-Telecom extends broadband footprint with Wi-Fi PPPoE

Tuesday 19 November 2013 | 13:46 CET | News
Russian operator ER-Telecom, working under the Dom.ru brand, has started providing its Dom.ru Air wireless internet services in 18 cities. The service is provided over Wi-Fi Point-to-Multipoint (PPPoE) technology, targeting residential areas with single homes or located at the outskirts of cities. The technology enables up to 15 Mbps for subscribers and helps expand the operator's footprint beyond its existing fibre network.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: ER-Telecom
Countries: Russian Federation
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